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Northwest Missouri Regional Solid Waste Management District Seeks Recycling Grant Applicants

Recycling grant funds up to $54,000 are currently available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

The Northwest Missouri Regional Solid Waste Management District is looking for businesses, schools, local governments and nonprofit organizations that have a plan for recycling and need some grant funds to turn those plans into a reality.

According to Environmental Planner Linda Laderoute, recycling grant funds up to $54,000 are currently available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and both public and private entities located within the counties of Atchison, Gentry, Holt, Nodaway and Worth are eligible to apply by October 3, 2016.

The Maryville Daily Forum has more:

The Northwest Missouri Regional Solid Waste Management District is looking for businesses, schools, local governments, non-profit organizations — just about anybody really — who has a plan for recycling, and who just needs a little seed money to turn that plan into reality.

Environmental Planner Linda Laderoute said Monday that recycling grant funds are currently available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and that public and private entities throughout the five counties served by the Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments are welcome to apply.

Those counties include Atchison, Gentry, Holt, Nodaway, and Worth.

Read the full story here.

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